Teeth Restoration

Teeth Restoration near Shoreline and Milton, WA (Seattle area)

Teeth restoration (more technically referred to as dental restoration or dental filling) is one of the most important restorative dentistry procedures used for restoring the function, integrity, and morphology of missing teeth. In this procedure, we give attention to your missing, crooked, crowded, or damaged teeth and cure them with sophisticated implants, fillings, crowns, or braces.

What Causes Teeth Problems

There are several factors contributing to the causes, including:

  • Dental caries such as tooth decay, cavities
  • Bacteria that make up the dental plaque
  • Certain foods
  • A tooth that breaks/cracks by an accident
  • Bad oral hygiene

What Are the Most Common Teeth Restoration Options?

Here are some common teeth restoration options that can be used for enhancing your smile:

1. Dental Fillings: The fillings are artificial substances that can be used to fill in the gaps or holes of damaged or decayed teeth. Several dental filling materials available today are silver amalgam, gold, and porcelain. We can also use tooth-colored, plastic, or glass ionomer for your teeth restoration, called as composite resin fillings.

What Type of Filling Do You Need?

To determine what type of dental filling is the best for you, these factors will be considered:

  • The extent of the decay
  • Cost of filling material
  • Insurance coverage
  • Dentist’s recommendation

2. Implants: A dental procedure used to plant a new artificial tooth into the missing one. During this, we may place a piece of metal into the root of your natural tooth. Click here to learn more.

3. Crowns: They are the artificial pieces used to cover the damaged or broken teeth. Crowns, as part of teeth restoration, are recommended to those who don’t want their teeth to be pulled out. We may also recommend a crown to:

  • Replace a broken tooth
  • Protect a weak tooth from fracturing
  • Cover implants
  • Attach a bridge
  • Conceal a discolored or poorly shaped tooth
  • Protect a tooth that has had root canal

4. Braces: Dental braces are helpful in aligning the teeth in the right order. We may recommend you braces for your teeth restoration if you have:

  • Crowded/crooked teeth
  • Incorrect jaw position
  • Underbites or overbites
  • Jaw joints disorders

Why Choose Us

We have the state-of-the-art dental technology and a team of expert dentists and oral surgeons having experience of 50+ years in this field. We diagnose your teeth problems using the latest technology and our experts create the best-suited treatment plan for you to achieve the best possible results quickly.

If you need teeth restoration, schedule an appointment with us today. Our appointment form is online and can be accessed anytime and from anywhere.

Request an Appointment

You can also call us at (253) 927-5501 (Milton Office) or (206) 946-6471 (Shoreline office) to schedule your appointment with the expert team at Reign Dental and get the best teeth restoration treatments.